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After each screening, we will connect with Rotterdam for discussions and Q&A sessions, broadcasted straight from the festival. Questions can be asked via Twitter, WhatsApp or Instagram, adding the hashtag #iffrlive2018 and #livecinema.
‼️ All films are shown with English subtitles.
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Feminist art appeared in 60s and 70s with so called second-wave feminism. However, political situation in Poland caused that “western” feminism was practically absent until 1989. Officially any feminism of western type did not have right to exist in Communist state. Nevertheless some Polish artists in 70s began to address feminist issues. During the lecture we will examine works of artists, who not always consider themselves as feminists, but their works clearly show feminist approach (among others: Natalia LL, Ewa Partum, Maria Pinińska-Bereś, Zofia Kulik) and we will discuss, how feminist motifs were present before and after 1989.